Washington Neighborhoods


1. Adams-Morgan

Adams-Morgan is known for its fusion of cultures and its high concentration of trendy clubs, restaurants and shops....


3. Arlington

Bordering the Potomac and only 3-4-mile drive from the District, this suburban area is home to several national military...


4. Capitol Hill

Most people visiting Washington, DC, head directly to "the Hill," and with good reason; this large area contains many of...


5. Dupont Circle

Named for a naval hero from the Civil War, Dupont Circle has thrown off the musty coat of history and reinvigorated...


6. Foggy Bottom

Foggy Bottom evokes images of spies (the State Department), crooks (Watergate) and hazy, mist shrouded shorelines (fog...


7. Georgetown

Home to Georgetown University, this chic area is also home to a wealth of tony shops, four-star hotels and fashionable...


8. Leesburg

Leesburg is a short 40-minute drive from D.C. but well worth the trip. Visiting this picturesque town in the rolling...


10. Reston

Reston, Virginia is home to some 58,000 people in Fairfax County. A 30-minute drive from D.C., this popular suburb is...

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